Well, until tomorrow anyway.
I went on a bat walk in the local park — i.e. a guided walk led by people with those ultrasonic bat detectors — and we found three species of bat. There was Britain’s commonest and smallest bat species, the Pipistrelle; the Daubenton’s bat, which hunts low over the water; a and a species which is very like the Pipistrelle but whose calls are at a slightly higher frequency.
And that species is called the (drumroll please)… Soprano Pipistrelle.
Which I think is a deeply cute name.